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Bohemia, historical coat of arms of kingdom

World Civic Heraldry - web guide for national, regional and urban heraldry worldwide. Bohemia, historical coat of arms of kingdom

The Habsburgs (Hapsburg) were the most powerful ruling family in Europe in the 16th Century.

Principality of Habsburg [now in Switzerland], by Hugo Gerhard Ströhl, -- The County (later Principality) of Habsburg never formed part of Austria-Hungary, but was part of The Holy Roman Empire and is now in Switzerland.

'Leopold was elected Holy Roman Emperor in 1658...realising the increasing weakness of this institution, [he] instead shifted his political energy to the consolidation of his Austrian, Hungarian and Bohemian dynastic territories...This map illustrates that ambition to consolidate, showing Bohemia as a Habsburg power flower. It was...included in Bohuslav Balbin’s Epitome historica rerum bohemicarum, a national history and geography of Bohemia from antiquity to the present day (i.e. 1677).'

Rose Shaped Map of Bohemia, 1677 - “A map that shows Bohemia as a stylised Hapsburg rose. The stem firmly connects the flowering Bohemian rose to the fertile soil of Vienna, the Habsburg’s political centre. ( via Retronaut )

Lands of the Bohemian Crown

Arms of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown (also known as the Lands of the Crown of Saint Wenceslas or Czech Crown lands) shared to us by Jan Erik Tesař I

UK 1816-1837

UK 1816-1837

Greatest ever. Pride of all Armenians! Paruyr Sevak!!!

Pride of all Armenians!

Johann Josef (Joseph) Wenzel (Anton Franz Karl) Graf Radetzky von Radetz (English: John Joseph Wenceslaus, Count Radetzky of Radetz, Czech: Jan Josef Václav hrabě Radecký z Radče) (November 2, 1766 – January 5, 1858) was a Czech nobleman[1] and Austrian general, immortalised by Johann Strauss I's Radetzky March. General Radetzky was in the military for over 70 years, until his death at age 91

Radetzky March, is a march composed by Johann Strauss Sr. in It was dedicated to the Austrian Field Marshal Joseph Radetzky von Radetz, and became quit.

Austro-Hungarian Empire Coat of Arms, Antique Lithograph from ...

Austro-Hungarian Empire Coat of Arms, Antique Lithograph

This charming heart shaped ceramic tile magnet features the saying: "Kiss the cook she's Czech!" - Approximate Dimensions (Length x Width x Height): 3x3.25x0.25" - Material Type: Ceramic

Fridge Heart Tile: Czech Cook

Fridge Ceramic Heart Tile Magnet: Czech Cook – Around Great Czech gift.

Fig. 427.—A German dragon.

Fig. 427.—A German dragon.

St. Petersburg - Hermitage  Throne

Tsars, Oligarchs and Imperial Treasure: ST.PETERSBURG, RUSSIA